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, peninsula, a detroit suburb, and chicago. we are going to be launching in cleveland and dallas, end of april/early may, and as we iterate on product, we will get better, but the idea is that it is open, and it allows for publishers to publish their content on the platform, people to actually communicate and for dissipate on the platform, and for the original content if you want to do that. the exact reason that you mentioned, which is yahoo! is not going to know oakland better than oakland local, so why not have them be the voice, and we provide carriage for distribution? >> [inaudible] >> [inaudible] challenges described, and are they similar in your community? >> we broadcast news on a seven- day basis. one hour of cantonese news and one hour of mandated -- one hour of mandarin is. challenges are daunting and hard to overcome here in the past, we were protected by our own language. we are the only game in town. but once you are online, that advantage will go away very quickly because those people will go on line -- everybody is your competitor. even if you have your language, there are hun
the country to detroit and portland, oregon, but this year we didn't have to go any further than boston. there we found a unique program, a venture accelerator run by college students. the organization has the right idea when it comes to educating entrepreneurs and i'm getting them some funding to grow their companies. ♪ 22 small business owners -- >> our product will be the first organic low calorie ready to drink cocktails on the market. >> each making a pitch. >> looking for 2$250 had you,00. >> the most amazing thing. >> we have's done a lot with a little. >> some of these pictures aren't even out of college yet. >> the marketing is essential. >> that pitch-a-thon is part of a business accelerator developing new entrepreneurs at northeastern university in boston. >> even though it's a little nerve-racking to get up in front of all those people it's also real exciting and every little step is bringing me closer to my goal of launching this product. >> idea was born almost three years ago and from the beginning the emphasis was on empowering students. >> the secret behind idea is a
in some spots. going to stick with us. detroit, mid 60s tomorrow. washington, d.c. starts their week at 70. don't worry. you'll be in the upper 70s by the end of the week. >> ginger zee with us tonight. thank you. >>> we're going to move now to that new threat from iran this evening. a top commander in iran's revolution their guard says iran could strike on israel if iran is sure israel is about to attack. he went on to say that any attack on iranian soil could trigger, quote, world war iii. >>> and the concerns in this country about iran going to war where behind an unprecedented show of naval force today in the persian gulf. abc's nick schifrin reports in from the region tonight. >> reporter: officially, it's a defensive exercise, but it's actually a very loud warning to iran. more than 20 ships, sailors from 30 countries, a massive buildup to convince iran not to close this strait if israel attacks iran's nuclear program. is the threat that israel would go to war with iran and iran would mine these waters? >> the there fleet's there. my job is to make sure that this crew is ready for an
products without exporting more jobs. you will remember my opponent wants -- would have led detroit go bankrupt. >[jeering] >> don't boo. >> vote. >> we sent to much is at stake. we rebuild the dying auto industry and we put it on top of the world. that is what we want to do for manufacturing across the board. we will create 500,000 new man -- new manufacturing jobs. incentives to companies that are right here in milwaukee. that is how we move forward. companies and small businesses double their exports. we can create 1 million new manufacturing jobs the next four years. but it requires you to vote. it requires all of us to do our part. i want us to control our own energy. after 30 years of not doing anything, we raised fuel standards that means over the next decade your cars and trucks will go twice as far on a gallon of gas. [applause] we have doubled the amount of renewable energy we generate and thousands of americans have jobs developing wind turbines, long-lasting batteries. so, my opponent, he wants to let the oil companies write the energy plan. >> boo. >> don't boo. >> vote. >
opponent wanted to let the jury go bankrupt. -- wanted to -- my opponent wanted to let detroit to go bankrupt. we put it back on top of the world. [applause] what we did for autos, we want to do for manufacturing across the board. we want to create more than half a million new manufacturing jobs. now, we have to stop giving tax breaks to companies shipping jobs overseas. let's give them to companies at vesting rights here in milwaukee. that is how we move forward. big companies and small businesses double their exports. we can create 1 million a new manufacturing jobs in four years. it requires all of us to do our part. i want us to control our own energy. after 30 years of not doing anything, we raised fuel standards so that by the middle of the next decade, your car will go twice as far on a gallon of gas. we have doubled the amount of renewable energy we are generating. thousands of americans have jobs building wind turbines. we are less dependent on foreign oil than at any time the past two decades. my opponent wants to let the oil companies rights to the energy plan. don't boo.
. >> remember people wanting detroit to go bankrupt. don't boo. vote. who wants to let the oil companies write the energy plan? [ booing ] >> don't boo. i'm asking you for your vote. >> reporter: some 37 million americans are eligible to vote but are not registered according to census figures, to registering people and educating them about how to vote is central to both campaigns here in wisconsin and other states where votes could be very close. >> does never need information on how to vote or need an absentee ballot. >> when you have this many people in one place, it makes registered folks a lot easier. >> reporter: that ease is also part of the appeal for voters. >> i picked up a form at the library last week. i hadn't actually done it. this is great to get it done right now. >> we've got one of the best ground games here in virginia. we registered and made contact with over 300,000 people just in the last week. 150,000 just last weekend alone. >> hi, is your voter registration up to date. >> reporter: a few days later we caught up with obama supporters in herndon, west virginia, registerin
to play with this one right here >> reporter: the problem is is that 64 peter, a car salesman from detroit, is good. too good. so good, in fact, that here at the cedar point amusement park in sandusky ohio and at many other midways across the country management has put limits on the number of prizes any one person can win >> i don't want to say it is all because of me but it is all because of me >> reporter: still peter takes them to the cleaners every time. on this day in just the first few minutes he had already amassed a kennel's worth of dogs. this is a talent he seems to have been born with. he started playing these games at the age of 9 and won enough stuffed animals that first year to give to every single kid in his school, about 200. peter spent the next half century refining that gift, incorporating the fields of geometry, physics and ultimately engineering >> we can go about six high reporter: today he is arguably the best in the world as carnival games. although this is about as much as they'll let him win now, before they limited the prizes, he would almost disappear in his win
much. from the numbers, you also have the narrative. here is the detroit free press after that tape recording about the 47%. here was the headline. romney's 47% remark, will it sink the campaign? joe scarborough, how much trouble is the romney campaign in this morning? and what changes it? >> well, they're in a lot of trouble this morning, but thank god for them that the election's about 45 days off. they are tied in national polls and we republicans believe -- we conservatives still believe that a rising tide lifts all boats. so we've got four debates coming up. i personally think that romney is a very calculating data driven guy. you tell him you got 90 seconds to answer a question on libya, he's probably going to have a good answer. he's going to do well in the debates. i think ryan is going to do well in the debates. we've got a long way to go. so it's not over. that said, the trajectory of the campaign has to change. this has been a horrific week for them. even the romney people behind the scenes will tell you, the libya press conference was a nightmare for them. even worse tha
detroit. and it was tight. >> 44-41. a lot of points in this one. titans hadn't won a game all season and came up clutch and stopped the the lions, win 44-41. and an overtight with the titans down apparently. and-- >> i didn't say it. >> and you didn't have to. the saints. >> saints haven't won a game yet. a team that always wins at home and second game of three in the home series, 0 for 3. worst team in the nfl right now, losing to the chiefs. and located in new york, every now and then when a new york team plays, they watch in the news room. people were apoplectic when watching the jets game, a big old donut. >> and the jets find a way and win it, and a lot of flak in new york, almost especially from me, now 2-1, first place. >> harris: and before i let you go. the eagles. >> they went down to arizona looking for a win and cardinals get the win and blow out the eagles and arizona cardinals are 3-0, the first time since 1974. >> harris: what is the story with the eagles? >> all right, four turnovers and got to get the ball in order and 2-1 and doing fine. >> harris: you know what i l
parts of the southern black population moved north to places like chicago, detroit, new york. blocks are going back to the south to impossible, the liberals cry. don't do know the south is full of rednecks and racists? what black families now to the contrary is the south is much better jobs and a better economic future, and more important into better place to raise their kids. kids don't learn to say thank you and yes, sir and no, ma'am. integral parts of the country or liberal public schools. they learn that in places like mod coming and green for. the mason-dixon line still shows up en masse but these days a lot of americans it's better to be on the southern side. how much better? numbers don't lie. according to the latest census figures the south was the fastest growing region in america over the last decade, up 14%. that's why factories open in southern states like alabama. that's why bmw opens facility and south to london. that's why atlanta, georgia, is a hub of commerce. the american liberal isn't -- and his blighted neighborhood looks upon all of this. he hates the south like
more, take a look. (siren sounding) >> all the way from the motor city, doing this now, the detroit editor of motor trend magazine, and good morning to you. >> good morning, anna. >> thanks for being with us, in your october issue, the cop car shootout and we have all three of them behind us. what are we looking at here. >> all three cop cars, the last 15 years or so, ford crown victoria has been the reigning cop car king, reliable and easy to fix you, but it's an antique. >> i was going to say, it's time to go rnths time to . >> time to go. ford put out this based on the taurus and a versus based on the explorer. and this v-8, all wheel drive and 365 horsepower. >> okay, this actually has the sport utility type of car. >> sport utility. >> utilized where. >> in places where the police need to carry a lot of equipment. especially in places like new york or los angeles, just about-- >> post 9/11. >> post 9/11, the world needs extra equipment, tactical units, that sort of thing. >> the next car, the chevrolet caprice. >> and anna, this is a chevy caprice, this is-- this car is only av
into a white neighborhood in detroit. it was the summer that the klan had marched down pennsylvania avenue. you might remember the photos from our history books and high-school, all of those folks in white robes walking with the capitol behind them. in detroit a mob gathered pricking the windows of the house threatening its inhabitants. he and his family and friends fired that crowd killing one man and injuring another, there were charged with murder. defending into a grueling trial that spanned seven months for a token fee raised by the naacp. he won the case but was staggered by a heart attack in the summer of 1926 and was never the same. the great theme block -- the long war that he fought in is much to the courtrooms and cases was the defense of individual liberty from the relentless crushing and personal forces of modernity. no era of the world has witnessed such a rapid concentration of wealth and power as this one. history furnishes about the lessons of the inevitable result . liberty produced prosperity and this prosperity books with doubting i upon the mother liberty you give it breath
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